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Roy Campanella

Roy Campanella

Yogi Berra’s only serious rival for the title of “Greatest Catcher of All Time.” “You have to have a lot of little boy in you to play baseball for a living.” –Roy Campanella Roy “Campy” Campanella spent a decade with the Brooklyn Dodgers...

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Dolph Camilli

Dolph Camilli

Named National League MVP in 1941 after helping the Dodgers bring the first pennant to Brooklyn in 21 years. “This was real. This was no put-on stuff. Their fans hated us, and our fans hated them. So I said nuts to them, and I quit.” –Dolph...

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John Calipari

John Calipari

John Calipari is one of the most successful and recognizable basketball coaches in the country. He began his career as an assistant at Kansas in 1982 under Larry Brown. Calipari moved to the University of Pittsburgh in 1985 and remained...

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Nick Buoniconti

Nick Buoniconti

Small in size, large in determination – a relentless and hard-hitting force for the Patriots and Dolphins. “He’s built like a fireplug, but covers the field like a halfback.”— Kenny Graham, Chargers defense Nicholas Anthony Buoniconti was born on...

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Doug Buffone

Doug Buffone

A record-setting Chicago Bear legend who continued his enduring legend as an on-air sports personality. Born June 27, 1944, in Yatesboro, Pennsylvania, Chicago Bears legend Doug Buffone was a cherished sports personality in his adopted...

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Doug Bruno

Doug Bruno

Doug Bruno is a former DePaul basketball player and currently DePaul Women’s Basketball Head Coach who has led the Blue Demons to 15 consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances. The former DePaul basketball player, Doug Bruno, is heading into his...

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Gene Brito

Gene Brito

A four-sport letterman who went on to become one of the NFL’s most valuable defensive players. Gene Brito was born Genaro Herman Brito on October 23, 1925, in Huntington Park, California. His athletic proficiency showed early as he lettered in...

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Lawrence Brignolia

Lawrence Brignolia

The winner of the 1899 Boston Marathon, and one of the great athletes to compete in the premier event. Lawrence Brignolia was a powerful man, arguably the strongest pure athlete to ever win the Boston Marathon. A blacksmith and sculler in...

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Ralph Branca

Ralph Branca

All-Star pitcher who gave up a famous home run, and turned that fame into noteriety for several worldwide causes Ralph Branca was well-known during his baseball career as a stellar pitcher, and made the All-Star team from 1947-49. He started the...

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